China Glaze Glitter

China Glaze Apocalypse of Colour Swatch & Review

Thursday, January 01, 2015nail a college drop out

Press Sample Believe it or not I swatched this entire collection during two different swatch sessions--which you'll notice from the drastic difference in nail length/shape--prior to Halloween and I completely forgot to edit the photos and post them until now. I know, shame on me.

Before we get started, all shades are swatched with top coat. Now let's get to it!

Getting To Gnaw You

Getting To Gnaw You is a black jelly base with copper glitter suspended throughout. Shown above is two coats.

I Love Your Guts
I Love Your Guts dries to a matte textured finished. I liked the idea of this shade, but unfortunately, the application of this polish was challenging. It didn't self-level, even after two coats of color and one layer of top coat.

But Of Corpse

But Of Corpse is the green alternative to I Love Your Guts. Same matte, semi-textured finish, but minus the issues with self-leveling. Shown above is two coats.

Don't Let the Dead Bite
Don't Let the Dead Bite is a nude jelly base with red metallic glitter dispersed throughout. I was really intrigued by this particular lacquer because I don't have anything like it in my 1,500+ nail polish collection. Shown above in two coats.

Rest in Pieces
Rest in Pieces is my absolute, hands down favorite piece from this collection. Is it the black hex glitter? Is it all the holographic gold glitter? Could it be the great formula that made copious amounts of fishing for glitter completely unnecessary? Yes to all of the above! Shown above in two-ish coats.

There's also the annual re-promote of China Glaze's glow-in-the-dark polish, Ghoulish Glow. You can read the full press release here.

Press Sample I personally would wear Rest in Pieces all year round. What say you?
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